> whitefire wrote:
>> Hey, guys. I'm having an issue with my NAT Type. I'm trying to play a multiplayer
>> game, and it went to strict even though I changed no settings. I looked it up
>> but where I am, there is currently no access to a computer to check the router
>> Is there any way around this without using a computer?
> No. Unless you can communicate with the router wirelessly via ESP, you're fudgeed.
> Call your ISP, if it's their hardware they may be able to remotely "fix" whatever
> they broke; if it's not they'll tell you to get lost.
> If you know your router's IP address you may be able to access it with an iPad or
> phone or something but it's really going to be a pain in the ass and may not work
> properly if it didn't have mobile in mind when the interface was being designed,
> and honestly nobody's going to walk you through that anyways. Go to portforward.com
> and find your hardware, find the ports you need for your games/services and make
> sure they aren't blocked by your firewall (Hint: If your network is reporting the
> NAT is "strict", it's your firewall blocking ports)
Thanks. I actually got a computer and tried to fix it, but it didn't do crap.